Artist Mumford And Sons
Album Sigh No More
Genre(s)
Note Feel free to replace the difficult Fmaj7 with F.
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Intro: Am C - x4 -

Verse 1:
Am
Weep for yourself, my man,
                               C
you'll never be what is in your heart.
Am
Weep little lion man,
                                       C
you're not as brave as you were at the start.
G
Rate yourself and rake yourself,
F            Fmaj7            C
take all the courage you have left.
G
Wasted on fixing all the
F                Fmaj7             C
problems that you made in your own head.

Chorus:
         Am          F          C
But it was not your fault but mine,
         Am         F         C
and it was your heart on the line.
         Am        F        C
I really xxxxed it up this time,
             G
didn't I, my dear?
                  Am
Didn't I, my dear?

Interlude - x2 -: Am    C

Verse 2:
Am
Tremble for yourself my man,
                                       C
you know that you have seen this all before.
Am
Tremble little lion man,
                                C
you'll never settle any of your scores.
G
Your grace is wasted in your face,
     F               Fmaj7            C
your boldness stands alone among the wreck.
G
Learn from your mother or else
F               Fmaj7            C
spend your days biting your own neck.

Chorus:
         Am          F          C
But it was not your fault but mine,
         Am         F         C
and it was your heart on the line.
         Am        F        C
I really xxxxed it up this time,
             G
didn't I, my dear?
         Am          F          C
But it was not your fault but mine,
         Am         F         C
and it was your heart on the line.
         Am        F        C
I really xxxxed it up this time,
             G
didn't I, my dear?
                  Am
Didn't I, my dear?

Interlude - x2 -: Am    C

Bridge: G     C      F    x8

Chorus:
         Am - Mute -              C
But it was not your fault but mine,
         Am         F         C
and it was your heart on the line.
         Am        F        C
I really xxxxed it up this time,
             G
didn't I, my dear?
         Am - Mute -
But it was not your fault but mine,

and it was your heart on the line.

I really xxxxed it up this time,

didn't I, my dear?
                 C
Didn't I, my dear?    
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My_Pretty_Weeper

If you’re uncomfortable swearing (or are singing around parents and/or more sensitive listeners) you can sing “I really messed it up this time, didn’t I my dear”

Julia

Original key is +5 or D minor, F, B flat, and C

gerard ways eyeliner

am I the only one who heard this song from tonight alive?

JB ukedude

it’s easier to play and sound just as nice if you skip the Fmaj7.
i’m strumming in DDDUD for verses and just a down strum when necessary for choruses

th.shrpst.lfe

I feel like +2 sounds nice compared to others. It may not be the same but It’s quite pretty.

falloutjourney

i like your username ;)

Jessie

Is there a strum pattern

Anne

I play it like DD UDU DD UDU DD UDU DD UDU and then change to another chord, I mean, I start like this but I just started learning this song hehe

Georgia.

-5 capo on 2nd fret

johnnyappleseed

the clawhammer style works really well for this song and others like it. a word of warning the clawhammer takes a long time to learn if your not used to finger picking so be patient and practice. a website called ezfolk has some really good tutorials which is how i learned

emelinereid

transpose +5 and switch the Bb in the chorus with a C

emelinereid

I transposed -5 and switched Cmaj7 with Em, personally I think it works better :)

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